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Eastwind Hotel & Bar: A Vintage Catskills Bunkhouse, Restored

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Eastwind Hotel & Bar: A Vintage Catskills Bunkhouse, Restored

July 17, 2018

The latest addition to a slew of new lodgings in New York’s Catskills: Eastwind Hotel & Bar, a former 1920s bunkhouse on the slope of Windham Mountain. Just opened in June, it’s been transformed into a charming getaway, close to nature but not skimping on amenities—glamping option included. Take a look.

Photography via Eastwind Hotel & Bar.

 the lobby of the bunk house, the hotel&#8\2\17;s main building, has a rus 9
Above: The lobby of the Bunk House, the hotel’s main building, has a rustic feel, with a wooden bench that becomes wall and ceiling cladding. A communal seating area is centered around a Malm woodstove, for chillier days (the hotel will be open year-round). Photograph via the hotel’s Instagram account, @eastwindny.
the salon bar, with wood cladding and olive shelving behind, greets guests. pho 10
Above: The Salon bar, with wood cladding and olive shelving behind, greets guests. Photograph via the hotel’s Instagram account, @eastwindny.
guest rooms have a sophisticated camp vibe: beds are made with frette linens an 11
Above: Guest rooms have a sophisticated-camp vibe: Beds are made with Frette linens and plaid wool throws from Faribault Woolen Mill Co.
the hotel&#8\2\17;s suite has a woodstove, flanked by handwoven lounge cha 12
Above: The hotel’s suite has a woodstove, flanked by handwoven lounge chairs from Masaya & Co. The floors are reclaimed wood from the original property.
a sitting area has a distinctly \1970s vibe, plus reading material. 13
Above: A sitting area has a distinctly 1970s vibe, plus reading material.
a desk and vintage typewriter in the writer studio guest room. 14
Above: A desk and vintage typewriter in the Writer Studio guest room.
framed botanical prints add to the mountain charm. 15
Above: Framed botanical prints add to the mountain charm.
in another room, built in plywood shelving acts as a closet, complete with hous 16
Above: In another room, built-in plywood shelving acts as a closet, complete with House of Hackney’s whimsical Hackney Empire wallpaper.
a guest bath behind a sliding black barn door. 17
Above: A guest bath behind a sliding black barn door.
the bathrooms are fitted with hard wearing enamel sinks (read more about them i 18
Above: The bathrooms are fitted with hard-wearing enamel sinks (read more about them in Design Sleuth: The Alape Bucket Sink from Germany) and brass faucets.
one of three scandinavian style lushna cabins, for those who prefer rustic luxe 19
Above: One of three Scandinavian-style Lushna cabins, for those who prefer rustic-luxe environs.
lushna cabins are outfitted with frette linens, nature journals, and their own  20
Above: Lushna cabins are outfitted with Frette linens, nature journals, and their own fire pits, as well as access to a shared bath intriguingly called the “Rain Room.”

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the hotel, in process. 21
Above: The hotel, in process.

More rooms and lodgings are opening soon; for more information and booking, head to the Eastwind website.

If you’re planning an upstate New York getaway, consult our Catskills Travel Guide, and don’t miss these other favorite places to stay:

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